Professional detox programs are the first step in long-term substance use treatment. Withdrawal from substance addiction like alcohol, benzos, and opioids can be dangerous. It must take place under medical supervision. A good detox center is the best place to begin addiction recovery.
When someone stops using drugs or alcohol, withdrawal symptoms are common. Urban Recovery detox professionals ease these symptoms. They guide the patient through a safe and comfortable detox. Staff work to lessen relapse risk and aid the transition into ongoing addiction treatment. Our highly professional team works together to give clients the very best treatment experience possible.
The detox process is like other medical treatments. First, the addiction is identified and evaluated. Once understood, a proper treatment plan can be put in place. Finally, follow-up treatment and assessments help ensure a successful recovery.
Alcohol detox (or detoxification) is defined as the natural process that occurs in the body as it attempts to rid the system of waste products and toxins from excessive, long-term alcohol consumption. In a treatment setting, alcohol detox is usually accompanied by medication, medical observation, and counseling.
A popular way to begin a benzodiazepine detox is through tapering, which involves gradually weaning off of benzo usage. It is recommended to conduct this detox alongside a doctor so that safe amounts are removed each day, giving your body the best chance to rid itself of benzos, and the withdrawal symptoms can be managed accordingly. Urban Recovery’s best-in-class Medical Staff will make the detoxification process as comfortable as possible.
Opioid detox is a medical process by which the body is rid of opioids. Inpatient detox within a treatment facility provides medical supervision, medications to help with withdrawal symptoms, and daily monitoring. Inpatient opioid detox is highly recommended because it is the safest and the most likely to be successful, in both the short and long-term.
The greatest chance of relapse occurs if an addict completes detox but does not seek further addiction treatment. The Short-Term Residential program at Urban Recovery stands as the crucial next step after detox to ensure a stable introduction into lasting recovery.
In addition to around-the-clock, 24-hour addiction treatment, clients will receive 35 hours of counseling treatment services per week. This includes group counseling spread out over 7 days each week and 1 hour of individual counseling. This intensive treatment allows the client to kick-start their recovery and work each day to move forward in their recovery journey.
Is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy, which identifies and changes negative thinking patterns and pushes for positive behavioral changes. DBT may be used to treat suicidal and other self-destructive behaviors. It teaches patients skills to cope with and change unhealthy behaviors.
Is a present-focused therapy to help people attain safety from co-occurring PTSD and substance abuse. One of the main goals of Seeking Safety is to help clients attain safety in their relationships, thinking, behavior, and emotions.
Recovery is possible when you commit wholeheartedly to the treatment process and have the willingness to change. This commitment and belief will allow you to acknowledge your addiction and discard harmful behaviors that have hurt you and those you love. When you are invested and engaged, attend classes and participate in therapy, our program can lead to a process of change resulting in wellness, fulfillment of potential, and healing.
Yes, but any cigarettes brought to the facility must be unopened in its original container.
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 we are not able to accommodate family visits at this time.
Yes, you can rest assured that Urban Recovery staff will protect your privacy. We comply with all HIPAA and privacy laws and regulations.
Yes, we offer MAT. Medications available at Urban Recovery include Suboxone, Vivitrol, Sublicaid, and Buprenorphine.